State-wide discussion continues on who will be responsible to pay for road damage caused by upcoming shale drilling.
Ohio is trying to reach an agreement with drilling companies so they'll pay for any damage caused by the heavy equipment needed to extract oil and gas from shale rock. President of Meigs and Muskingum Township Associations Stephen Bradley said Anadarko Petroleum Corporation- the drilling company responsible for Muskingum County- has agreed to take care of the cost.
Motorist's can expect a temporary ramp closure in their travels Thursday.
The Ohio Department of Transportation said that the Interstate 70 East/State Route 792 off ramp will be closed from 8am-4pm. That is Exit 160 which is Airport Road. During this time paving work will take place.
As a detour driver should take either Exit 157 State Route 93 Adamsville to State Route 22 East or Exit 164 State Route 22 Norwich to State Route 22 West.
It's looking as if the Northpointe slip repair project won't meet deadline and will be delayed in reopening.
At a tense meeting Monday, officials from the Ohio Department of Transportation, the Muskingum County Commissioners, the County Engineer and members of the project design team met to iron out discrepancies in project costs and options in finishing the project.
It was discussed the possibility of adding a curtain drain, as well as removing more soil. At debate was the...
The "Y" Bridge Arts Festival came to a close this evening proving to be a major success after only its third year.
Shortly after Coordinator and Artist Linda Regula moved to Zanesville she approached the Mayor, County Commissioners and ODOT for permission to shut down the 'Y' Bridge and to celebrate the local artists. She said despite their first reaction it was only about 2 months later she was granted permission. She said the first year was not easy and only 15 tents...
The Zanesville Highway Patrol says the westbound lanes of I-70 were shut down early Wednesday morning after two semi tractor trailers were involved in an accident. It happened just before 3:00 a.m. two miles West of New Concord. Troopers say 42-year-old Timothy Lindquist of Mountain Home, Nebraska failed to maintain assured clear distance and struck another semi in front of him. That truck was driven by 44-year-old Santos Ernesto of Miami, Florida. Troopers say the drivers and one...